July 30, 2014

By Dan Coulter

Who’s in your family?

It may be larger than you think.

My wife, Julie, and I recently went to her annual family reunion.  We showed a video there that we’d produced about several generations of family history using interviews and old photographs.  We inc...

July 22, 2014

By Dan Coulter

Damon Runyon, author of the play, "Guys and Dolls" once said, "The race is not always to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, but that’s the way to bet."

Whatever races and battles you’re dealing with, life is full of surprises.

If you’re raising one or...

July 17, 2014

By Dan Coulter

When’s the last time you apologized to one of your kids? Of course, maybe you don’t ever do anything that requires an apology.

If so, you are a very rare person. I believe most of us can recall times when we’ve assumed something about our kids that turn...

July 9, 2014

By Dan Coulter

My wife, Julie, and I were in church before the service recently and a woman came up and told Julie how nice it was that she’d brought our son Drew to their Sunday School class last week. “You really can’t tell that there’s anything…” She didn’t finish th...

July 2, 2014

By Dan Coulter

If you’re a parent or teacher or coach or youth leader, have you ever been tempted to write a child off? To expect little or nothing and put your efforts elsewhere? For an hour or a day or even permanently? Have you ever felt justified because a child...

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